Equine Passions' Main Registry is where all horses in the game will be registered. Any horse not listed in the Main Registry does NOT exist in Equine Passions. This page is to help you understand how the registry works, and how to work with it.
1. No two horses may have the same name, please check the Names
page before deciding on a name for your horse.
2. Please keep things as close to realistic as possible when deciding the age of your horse, and remember that any horse born in 1984 or earlier may not show in any classes, but may still be used for breeding.
3. You may create 3 horses per month (This WILL be kept track of, and repeated violation will result in create privileges being removed).
4. There are no set limitations to breedings, but players are urged to be realistic with breeding and the number of active breeding stallions per stables (the registrar reserves the right to cut down the number of breedings if someone is overbreeding).
5. Only Showing Status and Owner may be changed (with exception of Gender in the case of gelding), and only the current listed owner may change this information.
6. Once gelded, this process cannot be reversed and this former stallion may not produce anymore foals, (this includes backbreeding years from before he was gelded).
7. Though we all dislike it, horses do pass on from this life, when this happens the horse will remain in the registry with "deceased" placed by his/her name. The registry number, and horse's name will not be used again in the game.
1. New members start out with 6 credits. These 6 may be used at any time.
2. Every month each member recieves 3 horse credits. These horse credits cannot be saved from month to month and you cannot sell them.
Horse Status Rules
(Name in brackets is how it will appear on the MR if different).
- Retired from showing and breeding.
- Retired from showing, still used for breeding, must be born 1999 or earlier, mares only.
- Retired from showing, still used for breeding, must be born 2000 or earlier, stallions only.
- May show lightly (In-Hand, Halter, Equitation), may be used for breeding (unless a gelding).
- Actively showing, mares should have no more than 1-3 foals, born a number of years ago, stallions may be used for breeding.
- Must be purebred Thoroughbred, may not be used for breeding, may not compete in any non TRA shows.
- Must be purebred Standardbred, may not be used for breeding, may not compete in any non SRA shows.
- Must be purebred Arabian, may not be used for breeding, may not compete in any non ARA shows.
- Must be purebred Quarter Horse, Paint or Appaloosa, may not be used for breeding, may not compete in any non QHRA shows.
- Must be purebred Thoroughbred, may not be used for breeding, may not compete in any non SCA shows.
If you have any questions, or are unsure about any rule feel free to contact me at EquinePassions@yahoo.com